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Three Easy Angle Wall Hangings
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Three Easy Angle Wall Hangings

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Display these Easy Angle mini quilts individually, or grouped for a sampler effect. Perfect for adapting into coordinating pillows.


Step: 1

GETTING STARTED: Download the PDF for a set of portable project instructions. Read through all of the instructions before beginning.

Step: 2

QUILT #1 WITH RED BORDER:

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 21-3/4" x 21-3/4" square, 3-1/2" triangles

MATERIALS:

  • EZ Quilting™ Easy Angle Ruler
  • General sewing supplies
  • Fabric spray starch
  • Quilting thread to match fabrics
  • Rotary Cutter
  • Mat
  • Ruler

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS:

  • Red solid fabric: 1/2 yd (includes binding yardage)
  • Red and white print: fabric 5" x 15" rectangle
  • Orange solid fabric: 1/4 yd
  • Light yellow solid fabric: 5" x 15" rectangle
  • Yellow print fabric: 5" x 15" rectangle
  • White solid fabric: 5/8 yd
  • Backing fabric: 3/4 yd
  • Batting: 25" x 25" square

HOW TO CUT TRIANGLE SETS—See PDF instructions for diagrams:
The triangles can quickly be cut from strips of fabric. Placing two fabric strips right sides together allows for cutting two triangles at the same time that are ready for sewing.Tip: Spray the fabric strips with spray starch and press together with a hot iron prior to cutting to hold the triangles together for sewing.

Place strips right sides together. Trim to straighten the left edge of the strips.

Align the bottom edge of the Easy Angle Ruler with the bottom edge of the fabric strips. Align the left straight edge of the fabric strips with the ruler line that matches the strip size (4" in this project). Cut along the diagonal edge of the ruler for one triangle set.

Flip the ruler up and align the top edge of the fabric with the strip size on the ruler (4" in this project) and the diagonal edge of the ruler with the just cut edge of the fabric.Note: The black tip on the ruler will extend below the bottom of the strip. Cut along the straight edge of the ruler for a second triangle set.

CUTTING THE FABRIC:
From each of the following fabrics, cut:

  • Red solid fabric: 1 – 4" x 24" strip
  • Red and white print fabric: 1 – 4" x 15" strip
  • Orange solid fabric: 1 – 4" x 29" strip
  • Light yellow solid fabric: 1 – 4" x 15" strip
  • Yellow print fabric: 1 – 4" x 15" strip
  • White solid fabric: 4 – 4" x 42" strips

As explained in the How to Cut Triangles section, place one color strip right sides together on top of a white solid strip to cut the following number of triangle sets from each fabric for a total of 36 easy angle triangle sets:

  • Red solid fabric: 9 triangle sets
  • Red and white print fabric: 5 triangle sets
  • Orange solid fabric: 12 triangle sets
  • Light yellow solid fabric: 5 triangle sets
  • Yellow print fabric: 5 triangle sets

From the Red solid fabric, cut 3 – 2-1/2" x 42" strips for binding. Trim the selvedges. If desired, the binding strips may be cut on the diagonal to make bias binding. A total of 100" of binding is needed.

SEWING INSTRUCTIONS—See PDF instructions for diagrams:
All seams are sewn right sides together with 1/4" seam allowance.

Step: 3

ASSEMBLING THE QUILT TOP—See PDF instructions for diagram:
Sew all of the triangle sets together along the diagonal edge to make 36 – 4" x 4" triangle squares. Press seams towards the color triangle or open as desired.

Arrange the 36 triangle squares in 6 rows of 6 squares each as shown in the picture.

Sew the squares in each row together, matching seam intersections. Press the seams in each row all one direction, changing the direction in alternate rows.

Sew the rows together, matching seam intersections. Press the seams any direction. The design is 21-1/2" x 21-1/2" square.

Step: 4

FINISHING THE WALL HANGING—See PDF instructions for diagram:
On a flat surface, make a quilt sandwich by layering the backing fabric right side down, then the batting, then the quilt top right side up and baste together.

Quilt as desired.

After quilting, baste stitch a scant 1/4" around the outside edges of the quilt to keep the layers together.

Stitch the binding strips together end to end using diagonal seams. Press the seams open. Fold and press in half lengthwise to make double binding.

Sew the binding to the quilt front in a 1/4" seam along the quilt edge.

Trim the backing and batting a generous 1/8" wider than the seam allowance.

Flip the binding to the back ensuring that approximately 3/8" binding is showing on the front of the quilt, and stitch down with matching thread.

Make a label with your name and date and sew it onto the back of your quilt. Tip: Sew the label onto the back before quilting so that the quilting stitches permanently attach it to the quilt.

Step: 5

QUILT #2 WITH YELLOW BORDER:

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 21-3/4" x 21-3/4" square, 3-1/2" triangles

MATERIALS:

  • EZ Quilting™ Easy Angle Ruler
  • General sewing supplies
  • Fabric spray starch
  • Quilting thread to match fabrics
  • Rotary Cutter
  • Mat
  • Ruler

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS:

  • Red solid fabric: 5" x 15" rectangle
  • Red and white print fabric: 5" x 15" rectangle
  • Orange solid fabric: 5" x 15" rectangle
  • Orange and white print fabric: 5" x 15" rectangle
  • Light yellow solid fabric: 5" x 15" rectangle
  • Yellow print fabric: 1/2 yd
  • White solid fabric: 1/2 yd
  • Backing fabric: 3/4 yd
  • Batting: 25" x 25" square

HOW TO CUT TRIANGLE SETS—See PDF instructions for diagrams:
The triangles can quickly be cut from strips of fabric. Placing two fabric strips right sides together allows for cutting two triangles at the same time that are ready for sewing.Tip: Spray the fabric strips with spray starch and press together with a hot iron prior to cutting to hold the triangles together for sewing.

Place strips right sides together. Trim to straighten the left edge of the strips.

Align the bottom edge of the Easy Angle Ruler with the bottom edge of the fabric strips. Align the left straight edge of the fabric strips with the ruler line that matches the strip size (4" in this project). Cut along the diagonal edge of the ruler for one triangle set.

Flip the ruler up and align the top edge of the fabric with the strip size on the ruler (4" in this project) and the diagonal edge of the ruler with the just cut edge of the fabric.Note: The black tip on the ruler will extend below the bottom of the strip. Cut along the straight edge of the ruler for a second triangle set.

CUTTING THE FABRIC:
From each of the following fabrics, cut:

  • Red solid fabric: 1 – 4" x 15" strip
  • Red and white print fabric: 1 – 4" x 15" strip
  • Orange solid fabric: 1 – 4" x 15" strip
  • Orange and white print fabric: 1 – 4" x 15" strip
  • Light yellow solid fabric: 1 – 4" x 15" strip
  • Yellow print fabric: 1 – 4" x 15" strip
  • White solid fabric: 3 – 4" x 42" strips

As explained in the How to Cut Triangles section, place one color strip right sides together on top of a white solid strip to cut the following number of triangle sets from each fabric for a total of 36 easy angle triangle sets:

  • Red solid fabric: 6 triangle sets
  • Red and white print fabric: 6 triangle sets
  • Orange solid fabric: 6 triangle sets
  • Orange and white print fabric: 6 triangle sets
  • Light yellow solid fabric: 6 triangle sets
  • Yellow print fabric: 6 triangle sets

From the Yellow print fabric, cut 3 – 2-1/2" x 42" strips for binding. Trim the selvedges. If desired, the binding strips may be cut on the diagonal to make bias binding. A total of 100" of binding is needed.

SEWING INSTRUCTIONS:
All seams are sewn right sides together with 1/4" seam allowance.

Step: 6

ASSEMBLING THE QUILT TOP—See PDF instructions for diagram:
Sew all of the triangle sets together along the diagonal edge to make 36 – 4" x 4" triangle squares. Press seams towards the color triangle or open as desired.

Arrange the triangle squares in 6 rows of 6 squares each as shown in the picture.

Sew the squares in each row together, matching seam intersections. Press the seams in each row all one direction, changing the direction in alternate rows.

Sew the rows together, matching seam intersections. Press the seams any direction. The design is 21-1/2" x 21-1/2" square.

Step: 7

FINISHING THE WALL HANGING—See PDF instructions for diagram:
On a flat surface, make a quilt sandwich by layering the backing fabric right side down, then the batting, then the quilt top right side up and baste together.

Quilt as desired.

After quilting, baste stitch a scant 1/4" around the outside edges of the quilt to keep the layers together.

Stitch the binding strips together end to end using diagonal seams. Press the seams open. Fold and press in half lengthwise to make double binding.

Sew the binding to the quilt front in a 1/4" seam along the quilt edge.

Trim the backing and batting a generous 1/8" wider than the seam allowance.

Flip the binding to the back ensuring that approximately 3/8" binding is showing on the front of the quilt, and stitch down with matching thread.

Make a label with your name and date and sew it onto the back of your quilt.Tip: Sew the label onto the back before quilting so that the quilting stitches permanently attach it to the quilt.

Step: 8

QUILT #3 WITH ORANGE BORDER:

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 20-3/4" x 20-3/4" square, 34" triangles

MATERIALS:

  • EZ Quilting™ Easy Angle Ruler
  • General sewing supplies
  • Fabric spray starch
  • Quilting thread to match fabrics
  • Rotary Cutter
  • Mat
  • Ruler

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS:

  • Red solid fabric: 5" x 17" rectangle
  • Red and White print fabric: 5" x 12" rectangle
  • Orange solid fabric: 5/8 yd
  • Orange and White print fabric: 5" x 17" rectangle
  • Light Yellow solid fabric: 5" x 5" square
  • Yellow print fabric: 5" x 12" rectangle
  • White solid fabric: 1/2 yd
  • Backing fabric: 3/4 yd
  • Batting: 25" x 25" square

HOW TO CUT TRIANGLE SETS—See PDF instructions for diagrams:
The triangles can quickly be cut from strips of fabric. Placing two fabric strips right sides together allows for cutting two triangles at the same time that are ready for sewing.Tip: Spray the fabric strips with spray starch and press together with a hot iron prior to cutting to hold the triangles together for sewing.

Place strips right sides together. Trim to straighten the left edge of the strips.

Align the bottom edge of the Easy Angle Ruler with the bottom edge of the fabric strips. Align the left straight edge of the fabric strips with the ruler line that matches the strip size (4-1/2" in this project). Cut along the diagonal edge of the ruler for one triangle set.

Flip the ruler up and align the top edge of the fabric with the strip size on the ruler (4-1/2" in this project) and the diagonal edge of the ruler with the just cut edge of the fabric.Note: The black tip on the ruler will extend below the bottom of the strip. Cut along the straight edge of the ruler for a second triangle set.

CUTTING THE FABRIC:
From each of the following fabrics, cut:

  • Red solid fabric: 1 – 4-1/2" x 17" strip
  • Red and white print fabric: 1 – 4-1/2" x 17" strip
  • Orange solid fabric: 1 – 4-1/2" x 17" strip
  • Orange and white print fabric: 1 – 4-1/2" x 17" strip
  • Light yellow solid fabric: 1 – 4-1/2" x 4-1/2" strip
  • Yellow print fabric: 1 – 4-1/2" x 12" strip
  • White solid fabric: 3 – 4-1/2" x 42" strips

As explained in the How to Cut Triangles section, place one color strip right sides together on top of a white solid strip to cut the following number of triangle sets from each fabric for a total of 25 easy angle triangle sets:

  • Red solid fabric: 6 triangle sets
  • Red and white print fabric: 4 triangle sets
  • Orange solid fabric: 5 triangle sets
  • Orange and white print fabric: 6 triangle sets
  • Light yellow solid fabric: 1 triangle set
  • Yellow print fabric: 3 triangle sets

From the Orange print fabric, cut 3 – 2-1/2" x 42" strips for binding. Trim the selvedges. If desired, the binding strips may be cut on the diagonal to make bias binding. A total of 100" of binding is needed.

SEWING INSTRUCTIONS:
All seams are sewn right sides together with 1/4" seam allowance.

Step: 9

ASSEMBLING THE QUILT TOP—See PDF instructions for diagram:
Sew all of the triangle sets together along the diagonal edge to make 25 – 4-1/2" x 4-1/2" triangle squares. Press seams towards the color triangle or open as desired.

Arrange the triangle squares in 5 rows of 5 squares each as shown in the picture.

Sew the squares in each row together, matching seam intersections. Press the seams in each row all one direction, changing the direction in alternate rows.

Sew the rows together, matching seam intersections. Press the seams any direction. The design is 20-1/2" x 20-1/2" square.

Step: 10

FINISHING THE WALL HANGING—See PDF instructions for diagram:
On a flat surface, make a quilt sandwich by layering the backing fabric right side down, then the batting, then the quilt top right side up and baste together.

Quilt as desired.

After quilting, baste stitch a scant 1/4" around the outside edges of the quilt to keep the layers together.

Stitch the binding strips together end to end using diagonal seams. Press the seams open. Fold and press in half lengthwise to make double binding.

Sew the binding to the quilt front in a 1/4" seam along the quilt edge.

Trim the backing and batting a generous 1/8" wider than the seam allowance.

Flip the binding to the back ensuring that approximately 3/8" binding is showing on the front of the quilt, and stitch down with matching thread.

Make a label with your name and date and sew it onto the back of your quilt.Tip: Sew the label onto the back before quilting so that the quilting stitches permanently attach it to the quilt.